kombucha

Food & Drink
Turmeric, matcha, kombucha: Some trendy superfoods live up to the hype. Others may do more harm than good.
Food & Drink
Naturally sweet and bubbly kombucha is more fun than popping a probiotic pill -- and has several health benefits.
HuffPost Video
It's cheap and easy.
Videos
Brewing Kombucha is cheap and easy to do at home. Skip the pricey store bought bottles and make your own batch of 'buch!
Taste
Plus, step-by-step illustrated directions on how to make your own batch.
New York
While dating, I began to notice certain recurring trends that biased how I viewed every guy I went out with; criteria that resulted in often unsubstantiated 'Bye Felicias.'
Food & Drink
I often attended this show when I was working in the food industry. I still consider myself a 'foodie' and am ever curious
Taste
You might pick up a bottle when stopping in at Whole Foods, you might really love the slight effervescence and its sweet
Wellness
Keep what I call the 'Golden Rule of Sugar' in mind as you're going from holiday party to holiday party: Only eat sugar -- whether it comes in the form glucose, fructose or sucrose -- with nutrients, namely, fiber, fats, minerals and phytonutrients from plants.
Food & Drink
Certainly, I did not fall in love with kombucha because it is cute and cuddly. Mention of the fermented tea often garners
Style & Beauty
1. Marie Veronique Organics Treatment Serum. $90, MVOrganics.com. Blended with vitamin B5, niacinamide, argan oil, emu oil
Food & Drink
No one can deny that it's supremely healthy. And when it's brewed right, it can be really delicious.
Style & Beauty
It's time to put down that cup of tea and consider wearing it. Okay, you don't have to do that right this minute. But, Sacramento
Food & Drink
I wanted to hate it, but this crazy vinegar soda grew on me.
Food & Drink
Yes, there was a time where grocery stores didn't sell kale chips.
Wellness
When friends ask me if kombucha is really good for you, I say with great confidence: I have no idea.
Food
For Alex Hozven, food is either living or dead. At her Cultured Pickle Shop in Berkeley, California, she tends 20,000 pounds of vegetables that "breathe" carbon dioxide. She's simply pickling vegetables, but to most of us used to "dead food," it's a foreign concept.